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Getting Fairtrade Certified

Get Fairtrade Certified in Four Easy Steps!

Ian Brown (left, Digital Manager), Gabriela Warrior Renaud (middle, Communications Specialist) and John Marron (right, Director of Commercial Relations and Marketing) from Fairtrade Canada © Fairtrade Canada

Contact our team

It starts by getting in touch! We will work with you to better understand your business and your specific supply chain needs and to help you create a game plan for getting certified.

Submit your application

You submit a simple application with FLOCERT, a third-party accredited auditor, to ensure that your supply chain meets the Fairtrade Standards. Some companies are excited to find out they’re already using a certified supply chain. In other cases, we’ll highlight your options for tapping into a certified supply chain. At this stage, you will get a “Permission to Trade” so that you can source Fairtrade certified goods.

Lingu Bai, Fairtrade cotton farmer and entrepreneur, Adilabad District, Telangana, India. Lingu Bai is with Chetna Organic. She is holding a placard promoting awareness of cotton consumption.
Lingu Bai, Fairtrade cotton farmer and entrepreneur, Adilabad District, Telangana, India. Lingu Bai is with Chetna Organic. She is holding a placard promoting awareness of cotton consumption.
Cedoin Quiroz Saldania, COOPETRABASUR member, places the Fairtrade stickers on banana hands. COOPETRABASUR, Corredores, Puntarenas, Costa Rica.
Cedoin Quiroz Saldania, COOPETRABASUR member, places the Fairtrade stickers on banana hands. COOPETRABASUR, Corredores, Puntarenas, Costa Rica.

Label your products

This is when you add the Fairtrade Mark to your packaging. You get a licensing contract and work with our team to register and launch your newly certified products.

You’re a Fairtrade partner!

You are now part of the global community of brands changing the way trade works. You have access to the Fairtrade marketing team who will support you in celebrating your enhanced impact and commitment to ethical sourcing.

Homework room for children of producers, workers and the community, Las Mercedes, Dominican Republic
Homework room for children of producers, workers and the community, Las Mercedes, Dominican Republic

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